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2 Provence Style Apartment Designs With Floor Plans

2 Provence Style Apartment Designs With Floor Plans



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There is something so compelling about the French lifestyle, particularly in the countryside. It immediately conjures images of lush courtyards and luscious dinner parties extending into the small hours of the morning, under the stars. So its not surprise that designer Denis Svirid would take inspiration from the Provence style for these two apartments. They may not have a view of the Riviera or come standard with fragrant cheese and pillowy baguettes but the do bring with them a lovely laziness and mismatched elegance that is perfectly French indeed.

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The first space certainly has a beachy theme to it. The light from a sunny morning streams through the space’s many windows giving every corner a brighter disposition. The striped theme throughout is just a bit nautical without extending to kitschiness.

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The kitchen is worth its own mention here. It’s sparkling white cabinets and sea blue backsplash is a gorgeous blend of the Provence style and something you might find on Nantucket. The French doors are another nice feature, making it all the easier to shut away the dinner party mess and saving it for morning.

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The second apartment takes a more rustic approach but with the same elegance. A beige, natural color theme gives the apartment an earthy feel without removing any of the home’s creature comforts.

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A pitched ceiling gives the architecture a little more interest in the upstairs bedroom and en suite. The natural wood color gives it a cozy feel but never strays far from luxury.

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Despite any differences, the designer doesn’t give up the stripes completely. After all, what’s more French than a good stripe?

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Of course, the kitchen here is certainly nothing to sneeze at. Similar glass-front cabinets are gorgeous while patterned floor tile definitely stand out.

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